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High Asset Divorce Archives

Who pays for school tuition after divorce?

Going through a divorce with kids of a school age can be extremely tough. You will want to ensure that their lives remain as normal and as stable as possible through the whole transition. So one of the first priorities is to ensure that their school life goes uninterrupted. If your children are enrolled at a private school, then the question naturally arises as to which spouse will take on the burden of the private school tuition fees going forward.

Think about taxes as you divorce

No matter your income, divorce can be pricey. Divorce is life altering to say the least. You will have to adjust to life apart. It is possible that you may have to get a new place of residence. You will need to go through all of your belongings and divide up your life as you know it. It is likely that your financial plan for the future will need to be adjusted. This can be because you will be reduced to one income. Your children will factor in. The division and selling of assets can also make a difference.

Are 401(k) plans negotiable divorce assets?

Divorces are never easy, and navigating the financial side alone can be a complex task. But when it comes to the financial negotiations, it is vitally important to keep a level head and do your research. In a high-asset divorce there is a lot at stake, and financial negotiations can become highly disputed.

The Tennessee Supreme Court Interprets "Reasonable Purpose" Under The Parental Relocation Statute

On March 16, 2017, the Tennessee Supreme Court held in Cassidy Lynne Aragon v. Reynaldo Manuel Aragon that a father who spent more time than his former spouse with their child could relocate to a new state with the child because of employment considerations and proximity to extended family.

Should The Public Have Access To Donald Trump's Divorce Records?

American citizens have learned a lot about our two presidential candidates in recent months as they make their run for the White House. We have learned the good, the bad, the ugly and just about everything else in between with regard to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. However, there is one source of information the voters and the media have not been able to get ahold of and that is Donald Trump's divorce records concerning his 1990 divorce from Ivana Trump.

What Should I Expect In A Deposition?

In preparation for a civil trial the attorneys for both parties have a period of time that is called the "discovery" phase, a process during which they try to ascertain all the facts about the case and document everything the other side might know. One of the devices used during discovery is the deposition. A deposition is basically your sworn answers to questioning by an attorney (the opposing attorney if you are one of the parties involved). Depositions usually take place in a conference room at an attorney's office and are attended by both attorneys, a court reporter, the people who are suing or being sued, and/or witnesses. If you are the deponent in a deposition, you will be asked oral questions under oath. No judge will be present and the proceeding will be informal.

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